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INSTRUMENT OF OBSERVATION ( CYCLE 3 )

No

Indicators

None

A few

Half

Many

( 0%

( <20

(20-49%

(50-

%)

69%)

The students are


enthusiastic in
1

listening the
teachers
explanation
The students

follow the teacher


suggestion
The students ask

question to clarify
understanding
The students

answer teachers
questions
The students

answer peers
question correctly
The students help

other peer to
answer or
complete the task
The students are

enthusiastic in
doing the test
The students are

enthusiastic to

complete the task


Total score
: Majority >70%

: Many

50% - 69%

: half

20% - 49%

: few

< 20 %

: none

0%

Majorit
y
( >70
%)
5

Total
score

INTERVIEW GUIDELINE AND TRANSCRIPT OF INTERVIEW

A. Question
1. How did you teach listening comprehension to students?
2. How did they respond?
3. Have you ever use STAD (Student Team Achievement Divisions)
especially in listening
aspect?
4. Is it possible to use STAD in other aspects of language teaching?
5. What are you interested in this method (STAD)?

B. Transcript of Interview with the English teacher


Participants
Context

: The researcher and Drs. F.Y Sigit Supriyanto


: Teaching and Learning process that the teacher usually

uses
Date and time : May 29th, 2013 at 1 A.M
Topic

: Listening comprehension

C. Script of interview
Researcher : Good Morning, Mr. Sigit
Teacher

: Good Morning

Researcher : How are you today?


Teacher

: Im fine, how about you?

Researcher : Im fine too. Thank you for giving me a chance to do research


in your
class, Sir
Teacher

: You are welcome. How about your study now?

Researcher : Good willing. I have finished whole my subjects in Campus.


Bye the way,

Can I ask something, Sir


Teacher

: Yes, go ahead

Researcher : Im so happy in your class, Sir. How How did you teach
listening
comprehension to the students?

Teacher

: Well, I taught students based on the text book as main source


and used LKS to support the material. Then I explained the
material based on the social function, generic structure, and
language features as the syllabus that I got. Sometimes I
drilled the students listening comprehension through speaking
in front of the class and they noted what they heard. It made
them easy to study.

Researcher : How did they respond?


Teacher

: Enthusiasm, they listen to carefully what I speak and try to


understand the
meaning of the listening.

Researcher : Have you ever use Student Achievement Divisions (STAD) in


teaching
listening comprehension.
Teacher

: Not yet, I just taught listening comprehension with jigsaw and


speech method.

Researcher : Is it possible to use Student Achievement Divisions (STAD) in


listening?
Teacher

: I think you can teach use STAD because it will be interesting


to work
listening comprehension in a group. STAD is a kind of
cooperative learning,
isnt it?

Researcher : What are you interested in this method?

Teacher

: I think this method is good enough for teaching listening. As I


know STAD is
one of methods that supports, cooperates the students as
unity of group.
Teaching listening comprehension is a bit harder that
teaching other English
skills such as writing, reading and speaking. In listening
comprehension the
teacher must make it sure that the material is interesting and
funny. It will be
boring if the material that we use is a high topic for instance
science, political
issue and world history.
From the result of interview above, it can be
concluded that teacher
felt the teaching listening comprehension by using STAD is
interesting. He
assumed that cooperative learning is suitable method to
decrease the boredom
level that the students confront during the lesson.

TRANSCRIPT OF INTERVIEW WITH STUDENTS

Participants

: The researcher and students of the 11st class

Context
Achievement

: the teacher was teaching through STAD (Students Team


divisions).

Date and time

: Friday, May 31st, 2013 at 9.45 A.M

Topic

: Listening Comprehension

The sources of interview as follows:


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Student
Student
Student
Student
Student
Student

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2
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6

(S-1) :
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(S-5) :
(S-6):
Question

1. Are you interesting in listening comprehension?


2. Did you find some difficulties in understanding listening comprehension? If
any, What
difficulties are those?
3. Did you feel any differences between understanding listening
comprehension and the previous
listening method? Why?
4. Did you feel more enjoyable when you were taught using STAD? Why?
5. According to you, Is it important or not to continue by using STAD in
teaching listening
comprehension in the next time ?